It took Eaton County Magistrate Brien Fortino about 10 minutes to dispense justice in a case against a good Samaritan who tried to help a fellow motorist out of a jam. Villarreal, who lives in Lansing, works for Visions Auto Glass.
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John Schneider: Good Samaritan Wins in Court
Guardian was recently featured on WXYZ in Michigan on the channel’s profile program, “Michigan Made,” which showcases Michigan-based companies.
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Guardian Featured on Michigan Made
Allstate insurance agency owners are using the social media network Twitter to hire more than 80 sales professionals in Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Utah.
Where the Jobs Are: Allstate to Hire More than 80 Using Social Media
The Michigan State Senate has passed legislation that could place several requirements on third-party administrators, including the addition of a code of conduct by which those that also provide auto glass services would have to abide in order to maintain both services. The bill passed the Senate this morning with a vote of 38-0.
Michigan TPA Code of Conduct Bill Passed Unanimously by State Senate
Philips and BASF have teamed up to create an OLED concept for your car that would also function as a high-tech roof. The idea is that the sunroof will let in light during the days and also charges the solar cells at the same time, and at night, the panels turn into a light powered by the electricity stored earlier.
OLED Solar Sun Roof Turning Real
The Michigan State Senate reviewed a bill that would place several requirements on third-party administrators, including the addition of a code of conduct by which those that also provide auto glass services would have to abide in order to maintain both services, yesterday, and reported favorably on the legislation. The bill, S.B. 306, introduced by Sen.
Michigan TPA Code of Conduct Bill Sees Changes, Movement in State Senate
Bend, Ore.-based GlasWeld’s motion for summary judgment was granted yesterday by the Deschutes County (Ore.) Circuit Court in the case filed against it last August by former president Mike Boyle, according to a representative of Judge Michael Adler’s office.
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GlasWeld Motion for Summary Judgment Granted in Suit Filed by Mike Boyle
An Ohio-based company that processes auto glass claims for Michigan insurers is steering business to its own glass repair shops, critics charge – a practice they say robs customers of choice and is forcing Michigan businesses to close.
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Glass Repair Firms Cry Foul
The Michigan State Senate currently is reviewing a bill that would place several requirements on third-party administrators.
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Michigan Bill Could Add TPA Requirements, Code of Conduct
No less than five different vehicles with alternative drivetrains have been presented by Audi at the 11th Michelin Challenge Bibendum in Berlin yesterday, all showcasing the automaker’s take on future mobility. One of the vehicles was the A3 Sportback e-tron technology study that has already provided a preview of potential series-production solutions.
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Audi Details A3 Sportback e-tron Tech Study